ECR GM inaugurates ‘Rajbhasha Pakhwada’
Rajbhasha Pakhwada-2021 was inaugurated at East Central Railway Headquarters/Hajipur by General Manager Anupam Sharma by garlanding the picture of Maa Saraswati. Giving warm wishes to everyone on this special occasion of Hindi Diwas, he said that the overall development of a country, society or individual is possible only through its own language. Being situated in ‘A’ region, we have the responsibility to do most of our work in Hindi. Railways also have a big contribution in this because it binds the whole country in one thread. While discharging their responsibilities, all the officers and employees of the railways should do maximum work in the official language. At the time of inspection, a paragraph related to the official language must be given. During the fortnight, do your work smoothly in the official language. For the use of official language, share the experience with other railways also so that one day before ECR becomes first in the field of use of official language, he said.
Official language pledge programme at CMPDI
‘Rajbhasha Pratigya Programme’ was organized at CMPDI on the occasion of Hindi Diwas. On this occasion Director (Technical/RD&T) RN Jha administered the oath to the officers and employees of CMPDI, Headquarters and Regional Institute-3 to use, promote, propagate and promote the official language Hindi in the light of Articles 343 and 351 of the Constitution of India and the Official Language Resolution, 1968. In the programme, Director (Technical/P&D) A K Rana, Director (Technical/ES/CRD) SK Gomasta, General Manager (Coordination) Manoj Kumar and General Manager (P&A) Sunita Mehta graced the occasion. On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, along with Rajbhasha Pratigya program, online official language quiz competition was organized for the officers and employees of CMPDI, Headquarters and Regional Institute-3.
Central Bank of India celebrates Hindi Diwas
Hindi Divas celebrations were organised by Central Bank of India Regional Office, Ranchi. Ajay Kumar Singh, Senior Regional Manager of the region inaugurated the event. Singh said that the use of Hindi in banks is not only a Constitutional imperative but also the biggest medium for business success. Today Hindi is not only the language of literature but has become the language of business directly. Therefore, today it is necessary that we understand the usefulness of Hindi and increase its use in our daily work. On this occasion the winners of various competitions organized during the Hindi month were awarded. All the staff members including Satish Kumar, Avinash Kumar, Suveer Kumar, Vijay Kumar Verma were present on this occasion. Senior Manager of the region — Rajbhasha Vijay Bhushan Sinha conducted the function.